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      I want to check how many users are connected with my wifi and bandwidth of each ip.

      I try to google some software.. But not satisfied

      Let me know; if any one of you know the exact software.
      .::Simply Sooper::.

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      It's tough to find out the bandwidth all your users are consuming, but logging into your router's management page should definitely show you how many users are connected. Find out your router's IP Address (you can go to cmd -> ipconfig on windows and check the value for "Default Gateway") and just point your browser to that location. Hope that helps.

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      but i think there are so many software available as well. let me know if any one know any good software
      .::Simply Sooper::.

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      If your a gamer on your PC try downloading HLSW and it will show you how much bandwidth your using and how much lagg it is causing you.

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      I'm going to assume you are on a Windows computer. Download and run the utility, Network Scanner from the following link:
      http://www.softperfect.com/products/networkscanner/

      Once you run it you can scan your network to see who else is on your wifi. This would include all the cabled and wifi connections, and should also show you the computer name.
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      Quote Originally Posted by sohnrahi View Post
      I want to check how many users are connected with my wifi and bandwidth of each ip.

      I try to google some software.. But not satisfied

      Let me know; if any one of you know the exact software.
      You are one of those "local" internet sellers, who get broadband and then sell the router password to local neighbours? You want to check if everyone is paying lol?

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      ^ Easy solution, set MAC filter and enable it.

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